Motorcycle Accident Long Island, Queens School Bus Kills Scooterist
- john Gibson
Motorcycle Accident Long Island, According to the police, a collision that occurred on Thursday afternoon in Queens between a scooter and a school bus resulted in the rider of the scooter passing away as a result of the accident.
In the immediate aftermath of the collision, witnesses reported seeing the driver of the school bus attempting a field sobriety test.A person who has not been identified was riding a motorized scooter in the southbound direction on Jackson Avenue in Long Island City at about 5:20 p.m. when, according to the police, he collided in the junction with a school bus that was moving in the eastbound direction on Queens Boulevard. The bus was headed in the direction of the southbound direction on Jackson Avenue.
“The motor vehicle driver was involved in a collision with the person who was operating the motorcycle. Oliver Zhou, a local citizen who resides in close proximity to the location where the tragedy took place, has stated that “the motorcycle was crushed, and he was thrown away from it.” “The person had fallen on the ground and appeared to be unconscious. He was still alive despite the fact that he was bleeding out from his wounds. People were calling out for help and checking to see if he was still alive while they yelled for it. Zhou expressed his optimism for the man’s well-being, saying, “I hope he is still alive, and that everything is okay with him,” prior to discovering that the individual had already passed away.
The victim, who had incurred head injuries, was brought to NewYork-Presbyterian Weill Cornell Medical Center by emergency medical personnel in a severe condition. After investigation, it was revealed that he had already passed away. After the collision, the bus driver, who was 54 years old at the time, stayed behind to assess the damage. During a test of his sobriety, it was noticed that he was obeying the officer’s commands by walking in a straight path as requested. This was done so that the officer could evaluate his level of impairment. There was no immediate filing of any charges against anyone. The investigation that had begun earlier continued throughout the night of Thursday.